uMedia To Remake Johnnie To’s ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ Brussels-based uMedia has secured the remake rights to Johnnie To’s Don’t Go Breaking My Heart for an English-language redo. The 2011 romantic comedy is a Hong Kong-set love triangle. Show More Summary
Ron Howard is circling Warner Bros. In The Heart of the Sea, a 19th century drama based on the eponymous National Book Award winner by Nathaniel Philbrick. The film already has Chris Hemsworth attached to star as a first mate aboard the Essex, the doomed ship whose encounter with a ... More »
Fantabulous! Emily Blunt attended the London Critics' Circle Film Awards in, well, London on Sunday night, and she looked like a billion bucks! After opting for white on several occasions, the 29-year-old finally crossed over to the dark side in a seductive black Alexander McQueen gown. The dress featured a square neckline and cut-out back, and was cinched [...]
Stepping out for an enjoyable evening, Emily Blunt showed up on the red carpet for the London Critics' Circle Film Awards on Sunday (January 20) in London. Elegant in a floor-length sleeveless black dress with a gold embellished belt,...Show More Summary
Emily Blunt celebrated both Hollywood and their fellow British actors at the 2013 London Film Critics' Circle Awards earlier today. Emily was nominated for best british actress for her roles in Looper and Your Sister's Sister but was beat out by Andrea Riseborough. Show More Summary
Emily Blunt is gorgeous in black at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards held at The Mayfair Hotel on Sunday (January 20) in London, England. The 29-year-old actress was joined on the red carpet by Les Miserables co-stars Samantha Barks and Helena Bonham Carter. At the award show, Helena was awarded with the Dilys Powell [...]
Joe Utichi contributes to Deadline’s UK coverage. Michael Haneke’s Amour proved to be the favorite tonight at the London Film Critics Circle Awards, bagging wins for Best Film and Best Screenwriter for Haneke and earning Emmanuelle Riva a Best Actress prize. Show More Summary
As mentioned in the previous post, the New York Film Critics Circle had their awards ceremony this week, and as a three-time former chairman of the circle, our favorite old [...] The post Armond White heckled Michael Moore appeared first on FilmDrunk.
Michael Moore is at it again, using an awards banquet to bash his political enemies. Even by the far-left filmmaker's low standards, last night's event was beyond the pale. Moore attended the New York Film Critics' Circle awards dinner...Show More Summary
Zero Dark Thirty scribe Mark Boal made light of the recent controversy regarding the film's depiction of so-called "enhanced interrogation techniques" at last night's New York Film Critics Circle Awards — but he, director Kathryn Bigelow, and star Jessica Chastain are serious about the integrity of the film. First, the joke. ... More »
Around midnight on Monday night, the area around Crimson had a pulse. Four women from Amsterdam stood outside the club looking for Chris Rock. A...
At last night's New York Film Critics Circle Awards, we asked Steven Spielberg if he reads reviews of his own movies. "Yes. Yes, I do," he told us. "It was really easy with Lincoln. All the reviews were informed, intelligent, in-depth, and 91 percent of them — I guess, according ... More »
It's only Tuesday, but Jessica Chastain's already supplied enough glamorous fashion fodder for the whole week. Her appearances on the Late Show With David Letterman and at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards last night drew out two lovely looks from the actress (who already wowed us with her enviable Winter coat collection). Show More Summary
Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey, Rachel Weisz, and many more stars celebrated their fellow actors and filmmakers at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards in New York City last night. Matthew won best supporting actor for hisShow More Summary
"Zero Dark Thirty" director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal accepted prizes at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards and took the opportunity to respond to the torture controversy that has surrounded the film.
Rachel Weisz and Matthew McConaughey hit the red carpet at the 2013 New York Film Critics Circle Awards held at Crimson on Monday (January 7) in New York City. The 42-year-old actress was the recipient of the award for Best Actress for her work in The Deep Blue Sea. Matthew was awarded the Best Supporting [...]
Honoring the best in U.S. and world cinema, the stars came out to the Crimson club in New York City to honor the winners announced earlier on December 3rd. Showing up to accept their awards were winners Sally Field, Matthew McConaughey,...Show More Summary
Earlier this month, just after the New York Film Critics Circle kicked off yet another season of movie accolades and awards, one of the season's most noteworthy eminences made his voice heard. "If I were Oscar-blogging this year," tweeted Mark Harris, "a long rant about the empty foolishness of the phrase 'Oscar bait' would be on the way."
Paul Thomas Anderson and Michael Haneke's movies will contest for seven awards including best film, best director and best screenplay nods. read more
Michael Haneke’s Amour and Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master each received seven nominations for the London Film Critics’ Circle Awards this morning. Amour was nominated in the best film, director, screenwriter, actor, actress and supporting actress categories along with a nod as best foreign language film. Show More Summary